The hardest part of getting fit is not the workout but the meal plan. It is important to eat and not skip meals. Believe me, I have gone down the skipping-meals-to-lose-weight road a few times and have learned that the results are fleeting.
Because my daughter has been competing as an amateur body builder and knows the basics behind macronutrients and calorie counting, I have asked her to start writing my weekly menus. Now, I just need to follow them! My 1200-calories-a-day plan is divided into 3 meals and 2 snacks and broken down by carbohydrates, protein, and fat. I know that it seems simple, and for some it is, but for a foodie like myself, not so much.
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I am not a nutritionist. I am just a die-hard foodie working to become as fit as possible. I can provide you with great recipes and tell you about some amazing meals, but I can’t nor can anyone associated with foodies fit journey provide readers with professional dietary advice.
Please consult your healthcare provider to obtain nutritional advice.